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This reminds me a lot of undercover



Or should it be vice-versa since this came first?

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like it. thanks for the thread, cerfas.

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You're welcome, travolta

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i love it!

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my favourites~!

- in some pics the models almost look like paper doll cutouts. i wonder what music was played...

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Yes, it's very flat looking

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i love how the clothes are crafted. there is not much color but it doesnt seem to need it. thanks for posting the pictures

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I think this is very mixed. Some of the highly structured pieces such as the first pictures in both the first and second posts are very well done. Also I like the way influences have clashed. I see both Eva Braun and Japanese loose-formality with varying degrees of emphasis. This works only occasionally. Furthermore, there is a lack of cohesion even though the influences are present in most styles. The styling and lighting at a runway show can paper over this but it just doesn't feel right. Of course I have not looked up the collection on style.com -I am merely going on these images -so it is likely that there was more flow in the show.

It is interesting how they have used very old fashioned shapes. The boxy jacket in the second picture in post 4 is just a revelation. It is harking back to a shape that hasn't been around in a while, whilst seeming completely fresh. This doesn't work with the out of date skirt shapes but then it is difficult to achieve the same effect with skirts. After all, if there is one thing you can do to keep your wardrobe current, other than updating your jeans, it is to buy the latest popular skirt shape.

Also, the last pictures in posts 1 and 3 are just messy.

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really liek soem garments, Boudicca has some work of hand in draping, must be the drapin guru!

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